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Title:[Letter] 1819 May 9 [to] Robert Armstrong, Knoxville, Tennessee / James C. Luttrell : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author: Luttrell, James C.

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Date: May 9, 1819
Extent: 3p
Summary:This is a letter dated May 9, 1819 from James C. Luttrell to Robert Armstrong regarding the balance due on some land Luttrell bought from him.
Collection:James C. Luttrell Letter
Document: sc

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May 9th 1816Dr [Dear] Sir

I called on Thomas Brown a few days ago for the purpose of obtaining the amount I was in due you, when he informed me he had paid you Twenty dollars at last count, he also informed me if I would give you an order on him for what ever I was indebted to you that he would make all investing to pay you, and expects to be able to pay the same in a very short time inclosed is an order for $63.75 cents_ which after giving me credit for the $20 dollars you recd [received]. from Mr. Brown and thirty Dollars on account of that land in the Fork is about the sum I owe you agreeable to the memorandum I have in my possession I was in due you $ 110.75 take fifty dollars

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from that sum and there remains Sixty three Dollars and Seventy five cents. Should there be any mistake made by me I shall at all times be ready to rectify it_

I am Sir yours Respectfully
James C. Luttrell
[added: Robert Armstrong Esqr [Esquire]. ]

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[added: James C. Luttrell Robert Armstrong Esqr

Knox County Tennessee

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